New in iPhoto for iOS is a new look that's black and gray instead of silver. Also new, Book making for iPhoto for iOS. You can design books on your phone or tablet, then pay Apple to print it and send it to you.
Hopefully that's a bit more successful than the Cards app...
Sooo more ways to give Apple money, but features? Nada.
Onto iMovie, which also has a new look. No more need to create projects or edit, you can just use the app to share your videos out to social networks. But there are some new effects like picture in picture on iOS, and on the Mac, there's a new browser and special slow-mo controls for 120fps video captured on the iPhone 5S.
Cue has some patriotic, red white and blue cuffs he's rocking here. Some fashion statements are being made today, folks.
Also new: feature for iMovie called iMovie Theater that takes clips you've made and puts them in a simple page that will sync up on iOS and on Apple TV via iCloud.
Onto Garageband, which is going from 8 tracks to 16 tracks. 64-bit devices like the iPhone 5S can handle 32 tracks.
16 tracks in Garage Band. That's 8 more, innit?
We're getting a quick demo of Garageband on a Mac, which has been reworked with a new look. Still some skeuomorphism, but it's been toned down a bit.
"Kyle" the drummer is jamming along. He is, appropriately, faceless. Presumably he'll be replaced after the first album, too.
Demo's going over the drummer feature, a carryover from Logic, which can give you drumming accompaniment based on what you've already recorded.
"Kyle" has no feelings. He does not complain about being too tired for the encore.
14 more drummers and instruments can be added with an in-app purchase. Each of these drummers has a different style.
We just switched over to "Gavin" the drummer, who has a mustache and soul patch. He still has no soul, though.
Cue's back up to wrap it up. All of these apps will be free with the purchase of any new Mac or IOS device. And all those updates are going out today.
Enough with iLife, onto iWork.
"The biggest updates of iWork ever."
Pages, Numbers and Keynotes have gotten reworked for iOS 7, and now completely rewritten for the Mac. Cue says iWork now has "full file compatibility."
Some new tweaks like content sensitive keyboards on iOS, as well as an inspector on the side of the screen in the Mac App that puts contextual controls there, based on what you're doing.
Cue moves to Numbers, Apple's Excel competitor.
We're getting a thorough demo of Pages. Maybe Apple will do that video where the dude recreated iOS 7 in MS Word.
And then onto Keynote (Cue's flying through here) -- he notes that the entire presentation's been doing from within Keynote. New features include "more realistic" physics with transitions.
Shirt jokes appear to be the new hair jokes in today's keynote.
We're getting a demo of iWork now. Eddy's standing across from Roger Rosner, Apple's VP of iWork apps, and Rosner's dressing up a Pages doc with a headshot of Cue for a made-up music concert.